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Publications of the Barnabe Riche Society

Publications of the Barnabe Riche Society was published under the imprint of Dovehouse Publications from 1992 to 2004. The series provides critical editions of early English prose fiction with extensive introductions, modernized spelling and punctuation, glosses, textual annotations, and reading notes in paperback format for library and classroom usage. The CRRS has published four titles in this series; please click on the cover images below for more information.

Series Editor: Donald Beecher (Carleton University)

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Books in the series (by series number):

Barnabe Riche, The Adventures of Brusanus, Prince of Hungaria, edited with an introduction and annotations by Joseph Khoury

BR20: Barnabe Riche, The Adventures of Brusanus, Prince of Hungaria, edited with an introduction and annotations by Joseph Khoury

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John Dickenson, Green in Conceit: Newly Raised from His Grave to Write the Tragic History of Fair Valeria of London, edited with an introduction and annotations by Donald Beecher and David Margolies

BR19: John Dickenson, Green in Conceit: Newly Raised from His Grave to Write the Tragic History of Fair Valeria of London, edited with an introduction and annotations by Donald Beecher and David Margolies

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Thomas Dekker, Latern and Candlelight, edited with an introduction and annotations by Viviana Comensoli

BR18: Thomas Dekker, Latern and Candlelight, edited with an introduction and annotations by Viviana Comensoli

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Thomas Lodge, A Margarite of America, edited with an introduction and annotations by Donald Beecher and Henry D. Janzen

BR17: Thomas Lodge, A Margarite of America, edited with an introduction and annotations by Donald Beecher and Henry D. Janzen

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